I have a desk in my room with books and my laptop and pens. I do write a lot of poems in doctor's offices, but this one was a late-at-night poem.
I did not mean it to be quite as timely as it seems now. I was kind of making (admittedly dark) jokes - but a lot of the "unthinkable" things I wrote about in early 2016 actually happened, so it's become a more serious book than I originally intended.
Now I'm more worried about fighting insurance over MS treatment and regular life than I am about the immediate risk of death.
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Her work appeared in journals such as American Poetry Review, Notre Dame Review and Prairie Schooner. Her web site is www.webbish6.com. Twitter: @webbish6.